Seether Prep Livestream ‘Vicennial’ Online Event With Moment House
There will be shows at 6pm PST, 6pm GMT and 6pm AEST featuring a 10-song set, live band Q&A sessions, and virtual meet and greets.
On October 15, Seether released their career-spanning compilation Vicennial – 2 Decades of Seether via Craft Recordings. To celebrate the release, the band is hosting a special Vicennial – Live Online event today, November 11 through a partnership with the premium digital live platform Moment House. There will be shows at 6pm PST, 6pm GMT and 6pm AEST featuring a 10-song set, live band Q&A sessions, and virtual meet and greets.
The album tells the remarkable story of the South African quartet’s career and chart-topping success, from breakthrough singles “Broken” and “Fine Again” to the fan favorite cover of Wham’s “Careless Whisper” and beyond. All 20 songs on the LP have amassed 17 No.1 chart positions and all are Top 5 multi-format radio hits.
On October 30, the band set a new personal best with three No.1 songs from a single album and three No.1 songs in a row, with “Wasteland” going to No.1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Airplay Chart, tying Aerosmith for the 10th-most No.1s in the chart’s 40-year history.
Recently, Seether was also the newest addition to the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame’s popular “Right Here Right Now” exhibit, joining other luminaries in the exhibit including Billie Eilish, Lady Gaga, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, The Lumineers, Kacey Musgraves, Alabama Shakes, and The Weeknd.
Reflecting on the band’s career, singer Shaun Morgan says, “Twenty years is a major milestone for us; we’ve been on an amazing ride – alongside our fans – and we plan to continue that journey. Putting Vicennial together gave us a chance to look back on our body of work over the years, and to rediscover some of our older songs during the pandemic that brought us all to a standstill. We hope that everyone enjoys the compilation as much as we do now, after this historic lockdown, and we look forward to seeing our fans again at live shows in the future.”